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Dear Colleagues, We are happy to announce that the fourth issue of the Journal of Levantine Studies (JLS) is now published and available in print and online at www.levantine-journal.org. JLS is published biannually both in print and online and subscriptions are available for private and institutional subscribers. We hope that you will find interest in the current issue: Vol. 2, No. 2 | Winter 2012 Hannan Hever We Are Fragments of Rhymes: The Poetry of Erez Biton between East and West Yaron Shemer The Burden of Self-Representation: Reflections on Shhur and Its Legacy for Contemporary Mizrahi Films in Israel Inbal Perlson Musicians between the Hegemonies Martin Stokes Musicians between the Hegemonies: A Response Michael Kreutz Unrest at the Gates of Aleppo: British Perspectives on the Bedouin Challenge to Public Security in Northern Syria, 1848-1913 Ari Varon Being Muslim and European without Contradiction Iyad Zahalka Shari`a Courts in Israel Book Reviews JLS is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. The journal is dedicated to the critical study of the social, political and cultural settings which, in various periods of history, have been known as the Levant. As a new platform for theoretical and empirical scholarship, JLS aims to reclaim the notion of the Levant as a historical and political concept and as a category of identity and classification. For subscription, submission guidelines and information, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org. Posted by Nathalie Alyon, Assistant Editor, Journal of Levantine Studies. email@example.com